The 21st Century has brought with it a narcissistic epidemic, and a flood of traumatised victims that end up in the therapy room. Unfortunately, Narcissism and Narcissistic Victim Abuse (NVS) are subjects that most therapists are unaware of, leaving them ill equipped for recognizing and working with victims suffering from this devastating form of abuse, an abuse that strips them of their identity. From the boardroom to the bedroom, narcissists are everywhere; they can be parents, partners, friends, bosses, siblings—no one is safe. This form of abuse goes way beyond physical and psychological injury, it strikes at the very soul of the victim, leaving them wondering whether they are literally going mad. It is imperative for everyone to understand the relationship dynamics that exists between the narcissist and their victims, i.e. their need for entitlement, control, power, grandiosity and specialness.
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Narcissism in personality trait generally conceived of as excessive self love. In Greek mythology Narcissus was a man who fell in love with his reflection in a pool of water.
As we wait to hear what happened in the federal case for Kelly Rutherford and her continued attempts to have her children returned to the US, it has given us food for thought on how there are 1000’s of you trying to co-parent with exes who for whatever reason just can’t bring themselves to the table and do what is right by the children. We are working with a number of parents, some on an International basis who feel like they are banging their heads on a brick wall when attempting to communicate with their exes on matters concerning their children.
You can listen to our PodCast instead of reading too How To Co Parent with A Narcissist
What drives a #parental #alienator? Most commonly, some type of #narcissistic #personality features, says Dr. Childress. According to Dr. Childress, parents who indoctrinate children into alienating the other parent are linked to narcissist borderline pathogenic parenting.
Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/1730517/parental-alienation-syndrome-researchers-say-the-struggle-is-real/#asBxO842tEi4FOzi.99